KNITTING & CROCHET GROUPS  Call before you go, to be sure these groups are still active!

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http://www.pghw.org/ The Philadelphia Guild of Handweavers is a non-profit organization whose mission is to foster the art and craft of weaving and the fiber arts.


LIBERTY BELL KNITTERS - The Knitting Guild Association:

Liberty Bell Chapter #65, Philadelphia Pennsylvania
TKGA Guild Since: 9/18/2003
Contact: Lucia Herndon. luciaherndon@verizon.net
Location: Cathedral Village, 600 E Cathedral Road, Philadelphia, PA 19128
Meetings: The second Monday of each month at 7:00 P.M.


The Philadelphia Guild of Handweavers and Fiber Artists
3705 Main Street Philadelphia PA 19127, pghwinfo@gmail.com, 215-487-9690 / The Guild has a portable fibers group every Tuesday at the Guild House. We get together from 10am to 12 noon and those attending bring whatever project they can carry in. We have weaving, dyeing, spinning, knitting, crocheting, embroidery and any fiber work you can think of and is portable. We have a wonderful library and a Kuerig to boot. There is no agenda and it is a lot of fun.  You do not need to be a member to come and there is plenty of free parking across the street. This coming Tuesday, the group will not meet due to our annual Celebration of Fibers.


Informal knitting group, 6-8 pm at Barnes and Noble, Rittenhouse Square, 1805 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103 


http://www.crochet.org/members/?id=16407056 part of the Crochet Guild of America - http://www.crochet.org/
900 Belmont Ave  Philadelphia PA 19104 US (Pinn Garden Apartments, 900 Belmont Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19104 in the community room)
Contact: Deborah Kearney, President ms_k_hook@hotmail.com /
(215) 877-6206 OR Angela Briggs myhtsab@aol.com /  (215) 477-4862
About us: BusyFingers is a group of Crocheters who love the Art.
Meetings: We meet every fourth Saturday of the Month from 1pm to 4pm, except holiday weekends then we meet on the third Saturday.
For New Learners all we ask is that you bring 4ply light colored yarn and G, H, or I Hooks to use and any projects you may be working on and your Love and interest in CROCHET! We teach the basic stitches in crochet. No one under 13 please. And for those of you who know how to Crochet we would like for you to share your skills, and your love of crochet! Every meeting we have a Show N Tell and a review of any new books and patterns you would like to share with the group. We also have a Yarn Exchange twice a year and after attending 6 meetings you will recieve a free gift! We will help you with any crochet patterns!
We make / need: Our Group is also involved in creating scarfs and hats in the winter for local charities.


Ladies of the Knit & Hooker Auxiliary (over 150 friendly knitters)
various locations in Germantown/Mt. Airy
Contact: Eleanor Pabarue, lnorpabs@aol.com

Time: 3-5 pm